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<p>On śro 18 kwi 2012 21:34:06 CEST, Quim Gil <<a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>> wrote:
<br>> I'm not holding my breath. Third party components might have been
<br>> developed by subcontractors under certain premises, making things even
<br>> more complicated. Aging tech also means older contracts handled by
<br>> people not around, making it very easy to get gray answers defaulting to
<br>> silence or nope-sorry in a situation like this.
<br>And what about more important part of woody's mail, about possibility of using current license (that made components in question into SDK on the first place)? Is there man power in Nokia "law" team to determine that?